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Danny last won the day on March 5

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  1. So you are saying the table is not made of hard wood? Ya might as well let it go then. lol
  2. However,...Both scenarios create jobs for the repo man.
  3. And that whole scenario also is portrayed when you go to one of those rent some furniture stores and you see that little table light sitting there for 10 bucks bi-weekly for 2 thousand years. lol
  4. So should dented cans on sale in grocery stores for the poor to feed off of.
  5. Yup, watching that against the nucks. ( OH) (LOL) and speaking of the yotes and opening up my memrory file ,...lol....:) Yes I have to give you credit with Chychrun so far against Juolevi ( whom I said would work out better in the NHL) and even though his tenure has been few and far between (literally barely) I have to give credit to your pick who has also gone through setbacks (injuries) and has come back playing top minutes and has made a way more advanced marking in the big leagues. (pssst, then again Vancouver is still young right and he still has a chance to make an impact right?) lol had to be said buds. conscience clear haha
  6. Well Cirrelli takes the 160 footer (open net) and gets the go ahead (3-1) but the Yotes put out a good effort. (most like due to their playoff position but yet have been playing well as a team, with all round effort levels. I guess when and if their season comes to an end they can hold their heads proud. They still might get in there. Lightning gain the Presidents trophy. (I Hope that is their Stanley artificial cup.) But yes, they slammed a real great regular season run and are a force. Stevie must be proud. but,...lol,.... All I can say is,....screw Tampa! ( Not as much as Boston though) but, I want our team to look through Boston and accept it. Beat them at home! Then look forward to meeting Tampa. Be hungry. Sorry man, can`t help thinking ahead. me bad
  7. He was just trying to be a good dresser. It's better than an end table They must know automatically when it is time for a doughnut. Speaking of doughnuts,..watch out for the big holed ones,..it's a rip.
  8. And at the time of his hiring how many fans were sad? His way is a fair way and a good path for the team. Lou has his way of doing things (some of them I still really feel can make or break situations) and he has become known for it no matter how harsh, and Babcock likes to teach his paths in the best interest for the overall effect of today and tomorrow and knows his leash. Sure he may say the same things to the media and feed them that, because he knows better. If you feed the media too much, they pounce. He also knows how to get his point in a subtle matter to the media even if some fans don't get it.
  9. Watching the Yotes play against Tampa and you can see playoff hockey starting to creep in. Looks like teams are able to give a shot by means of a crosscheck to the backs and Arizona and Tampa seem to be trading them off in the corners. Yotes are not giving any respect to the Lightning, something we have to do, and are showing support in their end playing hard in the corners. Yes I know that the yotes are trying to stay in the hunt, but this is exactly what you have to bring in order to compete/push back. 1-1- first period.
  10. I also feel (not that I can read Babcocks mind) but I guess in my own opinion, if say he were to call up Sandin, or LIl, the way our team plays soft, these types of young call ups would get smeared/injured for a lack of better words. It also sets forth a motion to the team,.be prepared, be better, because the team going into the playoffs is you, and not adding inexperienced youth to this journey. Not now. Which I can totally agree with. It has nothing with being stubborn, just smart.
  11. It is for that reason that the comments made by Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock on Monday come as such a big surprise. Speaking with Sportsnet's Luke Fox Babcock had some harsh criticism of the current Maple Leafs roster, directly implying that the current depth options at his disposal were simply not good enough to get the job done. "You're supposed to build the best program you can so you have as much depth so you don't miss people," said the Leafs head coach as per Fox. "If you have enough, you don't miss a beat and you just keep going. There's other teams that have done a better job when different players are out than we have in keeping on going. That just tells you what state we're at, and you hust gotta keep adding better players." There can be absolutely no doubt that this criticism from Babcock is intended to call out a lack of talent in his depth options and you have to wonder how general manager Kyle Dubas will feel about those comments given that he was already clearly frustrated at times when watching his Maple Leafs fall apart last week. I can't imagine that a very young general manager, one who was chosen for the position over some very big and well respected names in hockey, will take very kindly to having his coach challenge his roster decisions so openly. https://www.hockeyfeed.com/nhl-news/mike-babcock-appears-to-criticize-the-maple-leafs-roster
  12. He also has been quiet on the penalties and has been used on the powerplay to basically stand at the top of the hash marks to try and draw the oppositions D out more in hopes of Matthews and Mitch to get better views for side attacks. Aside from the fact going into the season we were regarded as basically the top 1-2-3- punch down the centers in the league and even though it has not panned out as much, our top two lines naturally get the heavier amount of play time, so Kadri does not really even get the :shadow the top line / player, as much as he did in the past where he was in a bigger spotlight role. Saying that though, I feel when the playoffs come about, Kadri steps up into that grittier style. He can certainly accommodate that, and we do need some of that added in the playoffs because it becomes a part of a push back factor, but maybe it just sounds like I am hoping this will occur more in his play come playoff time but we all hope everyone reaches deep down and tries to pull out a little more, but Kadri is one player on our team I expect that steps up almost how like our 4th line gets credit for now, so if it all comes together the bottom two lines can be just as important as the top two. Go Kadri! Go team.
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